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I HAVE A DEEP FRYER EURO # F 1068 WHICH HAS BEEN USED VERY SPARINGLY SINCE PURCHASED APPROX. 2 YEARS AGO. YESTERDAY I PLUGGED SAME IN AND THE ENTIRE HEATING UNIT FAILED COMPLETELY, DEADER THAN A DOORNAIL, DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY ?? CAN THIS UNIT BE REPLACED IF SO WHERE AND HOW DO I GET REPLACEMENT.
AM VERY DISCOURAGED OVER THIS MALFUNCTION.
JOE SCHMIDT (email@example.com)
Thermal safety switches are-common in heating type appliances. If this unit is so protected, a reset should be somewhere on the unit. Another component is a fusible link. This is basically a enclosed fuse that that will blow if a short or excessive current draw is present for an unusual length of time. The reset will kick everything back to normal instantly. The fusible link is generally inside the unit on the power in wire. This link should be replaced with its like. It will require soldering on replacement. This fryer is probably an expensive unit , so the cost of replacement opposed to repair should be weighed. Good Luck to you. Thanks for seeking your answers through Fix-ya. _Ned_
For the electrical parts you will need, a Temperature sensor, a Temperature Control Module, The Elements to be Controlled. probably one or two 1500Watt elements. Heat proof wire (Teflon coated.) Heat proof Connector Blocks.
If your timer is connected to the t'stat, you may have an expensive project on your hands. However, in the meantime, I would just get an egg timer or a digital countdown timer and use it since it seems to operate fine without the timer.
I was a bit stupid after I washed the unit it didn't work. I noticed the reset button (in the back of the display where it screws together, I had a black plastic reset button). That was not my problem, when I put the element back in, I didn't notice the plastic rail that it slides in. Without putting it in the rail it doesn't offset the safety switch. I hope that makes sense and will help.